Indian and Intl language support
[1/5] from: info:theuxgroup at: 23-Nov-2010 23:12
Hi Friends, What Indian and Intl languages does a REBOL GUI App can have, and can we add a new language ourselves? Thank you, Sisir
[2/5] from: petr:krenzelok:seznam:cz at: 23-Nov-2010 19:44
Hi, not sure what amount of languages is supported by R3, but R3 uses Unicode system. IIRC, from very special Chinese dialects, it should support plenty other languages. Not sure the Unicode is correctly displayed in the GUI yet, but I believe guys are working on it. R2 does not support Unicode, so I suggest to slowly move to R3, which will be in beta stage soon. Best regards, Petr Dne 23.11.2010 18:42, The UX Group napsal(a):
[3/5] from: pwawood:gm:ail at: 24-Nov-2010 7:29
On 24 Nov 2010, at 02:44, Petr Krenzelok wrote:
> Hi, > > not sure what amount of languages is supported by R3, but R3 uses > Unicode system. IIRC, from very special Chinese dialects, it should > support plenty other languages.
Currently, Unicode support is limited to the Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP). According to Wikipedia, these languages are in the BMP: Brahmi-derived script dead-character formation: Devanangari Sign Virama (U+094D) Bengali Sign Virama (U+09CD) Gurmukhi Sign Virama (U+0A4D) Gujarati Sign Virama (U+0ACD) Oriya Sign Virama (U+0B4D) Tamil Sign Virama (U+0BCD) Teluga Sign Virama (U+0C4D) Kannada Sign Virama (U+0CCD) Malayalam Sign Virama (U+0D4D) Sinhala Sign Al-Lakuna (U+0DCA) Thai Character Phinthu (U+0E3A) Myanmar Sign Virama (U+1039) Tagalog Sign Virama (U+1714) Hanunoo Sign Pamudpod (U+1734) Khmer Sign Coeng (U+17D2) Balinese Adeg Adeg (U+1B44) Syloti Nagri Sign Hasanta (U+A806)
> Not sure the Unicode is correctly > displayed in the GUI yet, but I believe guys are working on it.
[4/5] from: info:theuxgroup at: 24-Nov-2010 14:40
Thank you Petr and Peter for your timely help. Sisir
[5/5] from: btiffin:rogers at: 24-Nov-2010 13:42
Just in case; Check out RebGUI. Ashley has built in some i18N L10N into his (my favourite) app building framework. http://www.dobeash.com/RebGUI/user-guide.html http://www.dobeash.com/RebGUI/user-guide.html#section-6 Cheers, Brian On Tue, 23 Nov 2010 12:42:34 -0500, The UX Group <info-theuxgroup.com> wrote: